Pullman, WA—Palouse Urology Center has officially opened its doors as a member of Pullman Regional Hospital’s network of clinics with local Urologist John Keizur, MD.
The Palouse Urology Center office is located at 825 SE Bishop Blvd. Ste. 101, the former location of Palouse Urology—on the second level of the Pullman Regional Hospital campus.
Dr. Keizur has served patients on the Palouse since 1996 as a board-certified Urologist; he treats children, adolescents and adults for common problems like bladder and kidney infections, kidney stones, difficulties urinating or with incontinence, erectile dysfunction, low testosterone, and other complex urological conditions. Dr. Keizur is a da Vinci robotics-trained surgeon who utilizes the latest minimally-invasive surgical techniques. He also treats patients using non-surgical technologies.
About Dr. John Keizur
After attending Oregon State University for his undergraduate degree, Dr. Keizur attended St. Louis Medical School on a US Navy scholarship and then spent a year at the US Naval Hospital in Oakland, Calif., for a general surgery internship. An assignment with the US Marines in Okinawa, Japan was followed by a return to Oakland, where Dr. Keizur completed his urology residency program at the US Naval Hospital. In 1993 he served as Department Head of Urology at the Naval Hospital in Okinawa, Japan; later, he joined the staff at the US Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, Va., where he helped train new Urology residents.
Dr. Keizur founded Palouse Urology in 1996. His practice joined Palouse Specialty Physicians in 2017, a regional healthcare partnership with Gritman Medical Center, Pullman Regional Hospital and Whitman Hospital & Medical Center.
For the last 25 years, Dr. Keizur has hosted a free prostate screening and exam clinic every September to help detect prostate cancer in its early stages.
Dr. Keizur utilizes several medical technologies for surgical and non-surgical procedures: Aquablation Therapy by Procept BioRobotics, Blue Light Cystoscopy with Cysview, da Vinci Xi, and UroLift.
Urology services are referral based but inquiry phone calls to the practice are welcome; more information can be found online: www.pullmanregional.org/urology
Contact: Alison Weigley, Director of External Relations
Pullman Regional Hospital
Office: (509) 332-2041 / Cell: (509) 330-0242